Rainbow Jar

Rainbow Jar

Science for kids ages 2 and up. We love fun kids' science and this easy activity is one of our favorites. With just a few common household ingredients like dish soap and honey, little scientists can actually pour a rainbow in a jar. There's no need for any magic -...

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Science Emergent Readers

Science Emergent Readers

Activities for ages 4 to 6. Whether you need to build your classroom library or are hunting for emergent reader books that will keep students motivated, these science little reader books are sure to do the trick! The five non-fiction emergent reader books are a...

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States of Matter Activities

States of Matter Activities

Activities for ages 4 to 6. Teaching kids about states of matter? You're in the right spot! These motivating, playful states of matter activities will keep young scientists learning and smiling for days. Grab your States of Matter Activity Pack in our shop or on...

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Learning about Air

Learning about Air

Learning about air is like magic to kids! We can't see air but we know it exists, right? Adults accept and understand that air exists, sure, but children are different. Young children need to see and to feel the concrete. Explaining that air exists is an abstract idea...

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Sticky Ice Science Experiment

Sticky Ice Science Experiment

Activity for ages 3 to 8. Quick, easy and a little magical - this kid's science experiment with ice is simply too cool not to do.  The classic activity challenges little magicians scientists to lift an ice cube using only a string and salt.  With serious wow factor,...

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Sink or Float Candy Science

Sink or Float Candy Science

Activity for ages 3 to 6. This simple twist on the classic sink or float kids' science experiment uses one of children's favorite things {candy!} to step up the cool science factor. Just grab a handful of different types of treats, print the record sheet {below} and...

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How to Make Butter in a Jar

How to Make Butter in a Jar

Wondering how to make butter? This quick and easy activity combines two of my kiddos' favorite things: food and science.  They were riveted watching the cream go through its various stages to become butter and couldn't wait to taste the homemade goodness.  With a few...

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